crepuscular crepuscular


  • (adj) like twilight; dim

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  1. But it took place in the crepuscular, tobacco-steeped basement of mirrors, drapes and topless girls that was Hong Kong's Bottoms Up bar in its sybaritic heyday.
  2. Girard accentuates this sense of dislocation by taking most of his pictures in those crepuscular moments when Shanghai reveals its private self.
  3. Inside, the Ba Sang Sweet Teahouse is crepuscular, musty and quiet.


  • Astrophoto: Curtain of Crepuscular Rays at Dawn

    Prolific astrophotographer and Australian astronomer Joseph Brimacombe captured this beautiful wide-field view of crepuscular rays from the Sun last week. You definitely want to click on this image to see a larger view on Flickr. This image is made of seven frames; three exposures each. Brimacombe was lucky to get this shot; just seven minutes [...]
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Universe Today

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